The Grand Palace (continued)
Some remaining pictures from the Grand Palace for you to enjoy.

The Dusit Group

The Dusit group of buildings includes the audience hall which contains the mother-of-pearl throne under a nine-tier white canopy.

<< Ornate roof of the audience hall.

Entrance to the audience hall. >>

An open building on
the palace grounds
A model of the Ankor Wat
presented to King Monkut
Beautiful blue doorway
entering the Cakri group
Me on a forbidden stairway.
Anne wanted the picture!

<< Ken, Darla and Anne studying the guide book and looking at whatever it was describing with much interest.
Anne standing next to a rock garden >>
within the palace grounds.
Flowering lily
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Hong Kong -- Hong Kong Island | Hong Kong at Night and the New Territories | Lok Ma Chau | Kowloon | Causeway Bay
Macau -- Monte Hill and St. Paul's | A-Ma Temple and Lou Lem Ioc Garden
People's Republic of China -- The Border and Farming Village | Lunch and the Ox | Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Home | Chinese Market
Bangkok -- The City and Weekend Market | The Grand Palace | Grand Palace (Emerald Buddha) | Ayutthaya (Reclining Buddha) | Ayutthaya (Ruins) | Bang-Pa-In Palace | Chao Phraya River | Top of this Page
Phuket -- The Hotel and Popeye | Phuket Island | The Beaches and Local Wat | Promthep Cape
Japan -- Tokyo | Niko & Toshogu Shrine | Osaka & Kyoto | Visiting Friends | Nara | Hiroshima & Miyajima | Going Home
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